IBEW Local 94 News
Jun 16, 2016/94 News
On June 15th, the NJ IBEW hosted a fundraiser for 3 of our IBEW brothers,Assemblyman Wayne DeAngelo, Assistant Business Manager, IBEW Local 269, Assemblyman Joe Eagan, Business Manager, and IBEW Local 456, Assemblyman...
May 27, 2016/Community
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers President Lonnie R. Stephenson issued the following statement regarding a tentative contract between the IBEW/CWA and Verizon.“I offer my deep gratitude to Secretary...
May 26, 2016/Business Managers Message
First join me in congratulating Joe Checkley, our Youth Committee Chair, for being elected to our Local Union's Executive Board. Below you will find a few helpful ways to support our striking brothers and...
May 25, 2016/Community
Sign the petition:Tell Verizon to get serious at the bargaining table and stop trying to destroy the livelihoods of the workers who make their success possible. Take the pledge "I won't cross the...
May 24, 2016/94 News
On Friday May 20th, the Executive Board of Local 94 unanimously elected Joseph Checkley to fill the unexpired term of Executive Board, Nuclear. The Officers and Staff are very excited to have Joe on our Executive...
May 23, 2016/Political Action
The New Jersey State AFL-CIO applauds the members of the Senate Labor Committee who today voted to advance the $15 minimum wage bill (S-15) by a vote of 3 to 0 with one abstention as well as a bill extending...
May 11, 2016/Community
The month of May is National Electrical Safety Month. It serves as a foundation to educate people about the steps that can be taken to reduce the number of electrically-related fires, fatalities, injuries, and property...
Apr 26, 2016/94 News
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Mar 30, 2016/94 News
On March 24th, Local 94 ratified a 4 year agreement with PSEG. The Agreement provides for a 3% wage increase in each year of the agreement, beginning January 1 of 2017 and running through April, 2021.
Mar 30, 2016/Political Action
The New Jersey State AFL-CIO joins the entire labor movement in celebrating a big win for working families, with a divided U.S. Supreme Court leaving intact a pro-union ruling that threatened our collective future....